When the Seahawks and Broncos take the field for Super Bowl XLVIII this Sunday, Cub Scout Thomas Brown won’t be watching from his couch like more than 100 million other Americans. He won’t be sitting in
We say it in different languages, but Scouts worldwide live by Lord Baden-Powell’s appeal to “leave this world a little better than you found it.” Over the weekend the King of Sweden and Scott Teare, former director
They store and catalog more than a half-million precious pieces of Scouting history. They handle 200 requests a month from individuals wanting their Boy Scout artifacts identified. They even consult on Scouting props and costumes for
Hey, soon-to-be Eagle Scouts: Don’t stop at Page 2 when filling out your Eagle Scout Rank Application (PDF). Complete the online survey, linked to on the third page (titled Supplemental Eagle Scout Information Form), and you’ll get
Scouts worldwide have lived the “Be Prepared” motto since 1907. So who better than a Boy Scout or Venturer to serve on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Youth Preparedness Council? Right now FEMA’s seeking out “youth
“A boy is naturally full of humor,” Scouting founder Baden-Powell once said. So it’s completely appropriate for us to share a good-natured laugh about those funny, spontaneous moments that make Scouting great.
In news that makes a tragic story hit painfully close to home, today we learned Andrew Boldt, the victim of Tuesday’s fatal shooting at Purdue University, was an Eagle Scout. Boldt, a 21-year-old undergraduate teaching assistant
Aren’t Scout moms the greatest? Every den meeting led, patch sewed, ride provided, skinned knee doctored, smelly shirt washed, campout attended and advice dished out reinforces the point that Scouting wouldn’t exist without them. And